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Issue 26 - Naked

Issue 26 - Naked

Reveal Yourself

Inside California: The West Coast Rediscovers Itself

Does Using Social Media Make Us More Open?

Indigenous Dignity

Vancourver Eco Fashion Week

Spencer Tunick: When Private Turns Public

Namibia: Bare And Beautiful

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Think Patagonia, think duality. Not so much an advertiser’s travel brief but a film director’s ‘road movie’, Cardiff-born Marc Evans’s film Patagonia reflects on many contrasts...

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Erin Schrode sees opportunities for fashion to create positive global change.

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Sublime tracks a Southern Californian's mission to eliminate the cardboard box from the moving industry. Period. 

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We’re running out of time. It’s absolutely vital that, as far as the three major crisis debates are concerned – finance, energy, climate – each of us makes up our mind about what we think

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Vancouver Eco-Fashion Week has proved once again that ethical fashion can exude elegance and style.

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In art galleries and in advertising, one man has started to revolutionise our view of the human body – unclothed and outside.

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Described as ‘Indiana Jones crossed with Charles Darwin’, Tim Flannery has made it a point to speak up for change, engaging us into thinking about the future for life on our planet.

In the media these days, it seems as if there’s a constant negative emphasis on the state of the environment. Just when we think things can’t get any worse, we’re presented with news of another natural disaster or attempt to save the world as it falls victim to climate change. Tim Flannery, writer, scientist and explorer, holds an optimistic perspective that is apparent in his new book Here on Earth: A New Beginning. As someone who has chaired the Copenhagen Climate Council for three years, and currently sits on the board of WWF International, he holds a wealth of knowledge which he shares here, along with the reasons why he’s still positive about our future.

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Namibia is a land of bare and arid landscape, diminutively dressed Himba tribeswomen and a suitably named Skeleton Coast. If you’re looking for travel that’s refreshingly stripped back, this is it